While fewer of us in Britain call ourselves Christian, we remain a country steeped in Christian values.
Sometimes, still, the Church is better able to capture the national mood than any other institution or authority.
We still turn to the church, too, in the event of sudden and violent death.
While more of 'us' don't do God, perhaps we should consider that our society is as underpinned by faith as it ever was.
St. Andrew's Drop-In — every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month between 10.30 and 12.00 in the Old School Room ('behind' the church).
Freshly baked cakes and beverages are served in a friendly & welcoming gathering of people who meet for an informal chat.
Contact: Jackie de Ronde on 01458 251355.
Next Drop-in session 27th March 2018
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